Terence Frisby is best known as a playwright. His most famous play There’s A Girl In My Soup was London’s longest-running comedy and a world-wide smash hit. He has written much for TV including the award-winning series That’s Love. His script of the equally successful film, which starred Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn, won the Writer’s Guild of Great Britain Award in 1970 for the Best British Comedy Screenplay. His radio play Just Remember Two Things: It’s Not Fair And Don’t Be Late for BBC Radio Four won The Giles Cooper Award in 1988. He has recently adapted this into a stage musical, premiered at the Queen's Theatre Barnstaple and planned for the West End, and a best-selling book, both entitled Kisses On A Postcard.